Here you will find the latest updates and news from FAAM

Time on the ground

This autumn we’ll be taking some time out on the ground for our annual maintenance checks, which involves a major strip-down of the aircraft to make sure it’s in excellent airworthy condition.   The FAAM team just finished a very busy period of operations...

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Navigation Upgrade

FAAM has commissioned a major navigation upgrade! To make sure the FAAM aircraft meets new standards and to expand its near-global reach, the aircraft’s navigation system is being completely replaced this winter in time for science flying early next year. More precise...

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Job Opportunity: Installation Project Manager

Do you have experience of working on complex projects in an engineering, technical, or science environment? Do you have experience of managing external stakeholders and relationships? Would you like to develop your Project Management skills? Would you like to...

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MOYA project blog

FAAM are currently on detachment in Uganda and Zambia, for the MOYA, HyVic and ZWAMPS projects. MOYA are hosting a blog on their website, which you can find here.

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PhD opportunity at FAAM

Cranfield University is partnering with FAAM to offer a PhD studentship funded through the Central England NERC Training Alliance (CENTA2) doctoral training program.

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New Years Honours for FAAM’s Maureen Smith.

We are proud that Maureen Smith, the operations manager and senior flight manager for the joint NERC – Met Office Facility for Airborne Atmospheric Measurements (FAAM), has been awarded a BEM for services to atmospheric science and meteorology.

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